Las Vegas is adopting smart technologies that its mayor and advisors are confident will boost the city’s reputation for going big to a whole new level.
We’ve identified three mega trends that anyone interested in the future of cities should care about: data as a fuel for progress, intelligent experiences, and autonomous entities. Let’s explore each.
Talk is cheap. Slides are cheaper. Too much comfort is lazy. The future keeps coming. If we want to be successful, we have to build it. It’s time to take control. Admit what you don’t know then set out to find or create the answers you need.
Big government IT is broken and (slowly) dying. Too many projects cost too much and don’t actually deliver for the American people. In the face of greater budgetary pressure and higher citizen expectations, government buyers, program staff, and IT managers must change their approach.
For tens of millions of Americans, this program ensures that they can afford health care despite their limited income and resources.
Countries around the world are looking to strengthen their health workforce.
Digital workspaces are an integral part of corrections agencies’ missions, but prioritizing unity, contextualization and security are vital.
Given the advance of cyberattacks and security issues throughout government today, this focus on security needs to continue – and it makes it more important than ever that security teams are incorporated into the DevOps culture that is developing. This leads to DevSecOps – meaning thinking about application and infrastructure security from the start.
The Colorado SIPA User Conference is an annual free event that brings together the biggest innovators and thinkers in Colorado government technology to talk about serving Colorado communities with technology.
While states and localities may feel helpless against the endless onslaught of cyberattacks, there are preventative measures they can take to avoid falling victim.